Find out how The New York Philharmonic is preserving history digitally
using Alfresco. This documentary-style video describes how the Alfresco
software platform is at the core of New York Philharmonic's efforts at
digitizing and archiving its collection of music scores and other assets
from 1842 through today.
This video was conceived as a looping video installation, to be viewed on the streets of downtown Raleigh as part of the Home/Journeys exhibit for the Block Gallery, curated by Niell Prewitt. The piece visually compares the streets of Raleigh to those of China (specifically Wuhan, Guangzhou, Shen Yang, and Tianjinn).
This is a piece I worked on with the non profit group, Open Source for America. They act as a unifying force for the open source community and provide a consistent voice on governmental issues related to open source and open standards. Check them out here: Open Source for America.
Women and children first is a protocol used in marine disasters, most famously the sinking RMS Titanic. The desperate saying suggests that men have a better chance of surviving a coming catastrophe than women. It is by no small coincidence that Shaun Richards chose this motto as the title for his newest exhibition which opened at Flanders Gallery in 2009. This is a trailer for that show.
This film documents the last night of Kings Barcade at it's old location on McDowell Street next to Poole’s Diner, in Raleigh, NC.
“If you were there that night, then you remember being drunk – epic drunk – and laughing and crying and the dust and the boys kicking in the walls, tearing the sheetrock down, destroying the club we all loved from its insides. And for some reason that was necessary.” – Kelly Crisp of The Rosebuds
The Bain Project was a site-speciﬁc art installation exploring Raleigh’s historic E.B. Bain Waterworks. On view throughout Bain were installations and performances of 12 artists who worked collaboratively in the space for 9 months. The building and the accompanying temporary art was open to the public on two consecutive weekends in May 2009.
The song is called 'Silja Line,' and can be heard on their record, 'The Night of the Furies.' Half of the footage was filmed on a train going to Neuchâtel, Switzerland, the other was with an avid miniature train collector and builder in Swansea, Wales.